The Case for Expanding Civics Education at Benedictine University

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor As a democratic-republic, substantial faith is placed on citizens to preserve the integrity of our democracy. But in our post-truth society, we witness the repercussions of widespread misinformation and with the growth of ignorance comes the looming threat of political extremism and tyranny. That is why today’s America must be given … Continue reading The Case for Expanding Civics Education at Benedictine University

Averkamp Wins 50th Game as Women’s Basketball Defeats Rockford

Gino Fasso Staff Writer The Benedictine Women’s Basketball team dominated Rockford University on Tuesday, January 30th winning by a score of 80-52. With the victory, Head Coach Charlie Averkamp earned his 50th win as head coach for the Eagles. The game started with great defense, as there was no score by either team for the … Continue reading Averkamp Wins 50th Game as Women’s Basketball Defeats Rockford

The First ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Footage Debuts During the Super Bowl

Ryden Scarnato Staff Writer The long-awaited first footage from Solo: A Star Wars Story debuted during the first quarter of Super Bowl LII Sunday night. The 45-second TV Spot showed off a quick glimpse at the next installment in the Star Wars franchise, taking place between the Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope … Continue reading The First ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Footage Debuts During the Super Bowl

Benedictine University Continues Search for College Deans

Logan Hanson Editor-In-Chief Benedictine University is continuing its search for new deans for the four colleges to start prior to the 2018-2019 school year. The new deans will head the College of Business, the College of Education and Health Services, the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Science. The University is currently in … Continue reading Benedictine University Continues Search for College Deans